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neovascularization

Definitions

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  • noun The formation of new blood vessels

Etymologies

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neo- +‎ vascularization

Examples

  • What happens with a lot of diabetics is that as the blood, which is called neovascularization, these little blood vessels that try to help, but they pop and they bleed.

    CNN Transcript Jul 1, 2005

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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